The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 25, 1957 · Page 3
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 3

Freeport, Texas
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Tuesday, June 25, 1957
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and Bmoria County, Tuesday, June 25, 1957 HE FACTS B&PW To Install Officers Thursday An installation of office) s vill be the- rna>n order of business 1 at a meeting of l!ie Lake Jackson Burin ors Professional Womm's C'hih when it nieptf Thursday evening at 7:30 in thr I.indveil CUih Houpe. Offifrrs will be installed M the event hy Mr?. Thrlrra Willis. Another f PR t tiro on tlm prn- R r r. m for Mi e o \ • <"> n i n e will h MIT. fly dp Michel who \\\\] rot HPT several iMimbrrs nn a Ronvirinl i Irrli ir a"rorr Refreshment will be served «nri each mem bo r of thp nr- Eam*ntion is asknd to brins Walkers Have Girl AnnounU'ie llm nn i\ ul of ft new rianshter in!o their home are Mr. and MIT. O. L. ker nf Frpppnrt. Thp b.Vnv RehreeB Hrlrn. \vpifjVH pounds and t\'-o ounce.': when she. u'ftjc horn June 23 at Brazo>;port Memorial HnFp WATCH REPAIR SERVICE ALL WORK GUARANTEED .IMVEI.RY, ni AM ONUS AM) \ sEi.rn-ioN Of nEATTIKl'l. GIFTS ZEMP JEWELERS 111 Parkin C Hsr CONGRATULATIONS from L*%t*r G, Fl«int Irict manager of ;nt US Chamber of Comme ord«r Uit w*t« for lh» Braiofporl Chambe commit!** wMcn promoted Iht u»» of an tco couri* in th» loca! high school. The count lucn C of C course taught In a US high *choo lard, left, 11 a B r axciport High School social i WC Wednesday: Tortoise Speed To Get Test Janis Paige Still Hopes To Do TV Series The speed of the tortoise as lolrl in tlip old fable \vill b(: cnsday af- lernoon in West Columbia 'vlien (he Klemenlai y Special oei ermines ihe winner , in a turtle rierhy. ' i Th* turtle rare i^ plannrr! for 4 p.m. at lh«* high schon' : ?yninnsjuiv,. pr-corriina to K. S. . Ciolron. director of t!i p pinnme,- •efi ra'^n^l proctrnni. Every; . n n r a !) 1 e in i r. y hands on 3 lr, sny.kind or size. i« in- l |n eni^r it in the race. nv.'ner nf ihe ^vinnine tnr- br honorerl riurinc thn e'Tioo:'!. An P'l 1 ^-nlu'-e t 1 ir> be inn ^ I/ 1 lined for the fol - Wndne--da^ . ujiinr and senior high students met Friday evening in the Lesion Hall for the firrt nf thpir teen ?ce ni^ht^. with inufic o.' Jerry Rob Mai- ihew*5! rock and roll band pro- mu?ie for dancing. bo ft '.vfekly event. and the r' l creatima! pro.arant. . sponsored by tlie Youth Club I huby LeKorma i sn.v i a large I urn -out of student? in hip bad nf^essitpted the ase arfiin.s rlas^e* to moe' da 1 / ra'b^r than Aonroximately 30 youn<?- a fended shop rinses rcsjularly durinjf the first 1v\ o weeks of the program. This (rroup was divided into three e'aspps, tuo section: mcclinj? on an eveiy-olher-da; his dividing into n-, p-ry oth^ sorinn ^e or Quida Ann Capps Is Honor Student COMMERCE. Try. 'Sr^ria li?t at Ea.M Te;< oHrgp f°r ha* been frniMy romrr.itt honor*?. tlie honor frnm ri' p f- * Quida Ann Canr>«, of R.W. Spencer of eligible for the dean's ifjen* mu«t have been for at leapt 1 ." *e- hour * of work and have i miniumum of Hf> sivade point e when rnrolieri for IS or lf> semeetpr houi .= A minimun nf 41 grade points •« requirer for 17 or more s^nT^t^r hour?, chPrtule al 1] a.m.. and a class beini crraterl ai 8 a.m. ior this group nl?o LcNorman aid that the carlv morning !a?s is iho smallest. Fifty II In !5 yrai olds arc participating in the shop ac- iivitifp. \viih the facilities of toe rhop npi?n 10 ariults each Monday front 6 to ]u p.m. Lr- iVorman ,-airi that materials may bn ohiainpd from iric school, being sold si a minimum foci, v.ilh no charge hr- injf made for any of thr group;: for the use of the 'hop equipment. Many IH-W handinaft= h;ivt been aririeri 10 the item.-: available this >car. inrltidin? In? popular vrougln iron and ,-rer! article-;. Stool? fruit harkr:?. and m^ny o'her n<?m^ air available: in this class. Also available nre ceramics. plaques. Hat sticks for ho! pads and planters, wooden hoxe* for painting. bs-kei weaving. co'iner ennmehni. leather tno'inz, aluminum trays, copper toolins and wood wo/kinsr. By ALINE MOSBY UP Hollywood Writer HOLLYWOOD —IP— Com- :dy 5crirs nearly arc banished • from TV for next season because, .lanis Paige wails, "Thr ne-\vorkM and sponsors arc afraid of them.' Janis \va« ono of the viptini- of ihP sudfirn mnss exodus of dompslir and sitnalion romcriy ••PI ipr T-JIP nct'vnrks spparmt- )y fisurrd the nay was over fnr lieht'.'.-riaht storir.c nf young sirls ha \ - ir.E advpnturrs. or ht is hands and wivp<; n?^pj?Te •:?ich othri-. Next Frason the Urnd is for Wf-stornn and m\ tery S.-.MOS. ^ni although Insi spa?on"f . Pai?e spric?. ; 'Ifs A i \vavs •Un." v;a* ono 'if (,a\>. rrnc 1 ^ ^"elk'p I'ictims in ihp ra!in^ rsc^. .Tani? hon r '> la IIP hack nexf winter v. nh ai^othrr try nl tlie iiorne rcrcrn.". Talking To P»oducer I'm taikir.R to producer Jess Onnerbfjrnpr about one." she said. "I th^igJi! there v/as too 'ii tic 'h sin Tin z in the last series, so the nrxt one. T hone wilt h* rill acting. \V>'rp ia'k- \r\n n»-nr what kind of a oir! I'd play. "I'd like rinine srrip«. I had • good us. We're not sure whal n-f-rii . wrong wi!h n'->' sb!n\\\ but in TV nobody ran sail through unseal h'.'d.' Vi.'s Pnia,,".; plnn? for ",n- nijier SITU s .-HI c t of new chapter in her life. SI .HIM r;|vorrcd fi'orn the ]i .'hirer of l-er ill-fatcn :-ei' . \rtie S!f>i'ifir-r. rivl'iiv 'enture a fs ^ '--torv ail ihr " . around. But as she h-ipi-s f<n- :iii(jlm- series, she a'so hnpr--.- f, (1 - ,reconciliation with Sl-'ndor "hut mertntin.f hf's coin? n . ( ^•'^y and I'MT r.oui^ iri" CJuile A Switch H>r h;r !"] L t TV iry at dramatic t'i ^riay she'll debtit "tjr\ "Lu\ \':dno The?tef v " hnolirnrher *\vhh (i 1.11 In - - q;i ouiu> :nx':i- \'.'iio ratf- Broari -a\ in "Pa.iarrSi no\ ir s tn "SHfc Scott G-albreath Insurance .Agency "Thp man frn m SINCE 1929 PHONE 7-2406 inn PLANTATION nn. LAKE .t.VKSON SCHMIDT FURN. CO IH TRAINING for !h« big tUTlU r«c« to b> held Wtd- n*id«r i> thr h>rd-ihtlltd friftnd of Wayn* Gillam. Any kind of turtle will b« w»l- comt Hi th» dtrby which will b« on* of th» iptcitl *T«nt« of th« Columbin «um- mer r«cr««tion prixrrim. 203 W. BROAD PHONE 3-3751 FREEPORT WAREHOUSE BUY NOW AND SAVE UP TO V, ON NEW MERCHANDISE, SLIGHTLY SHOP WORN. WE MUST MAKE ROOM FOR NEW SHIPMENTS ARRIVING SOON. FLOOR COVERING *1°° SQ.Y.. HEAVY WEIGHT CONGOLEUM MOWHAWK CARPETING REG. S10.95 sq. yd. |- 95 NOW SQ. YD. No Down Payment MATTRESS BARGAINS MATTRESSES (INNER SPRING) REG PRICE $59.50 NOW * LIVING ROOM FURNITURE ONE GROUP OF COUCHES AND CHAIRS REDUCED TO PRICE ODDS AND ENDS . . MISS MATCHED ORPHANS . . LAMPS, TABLES AND PLAQUES PRICE ALL UNFINISHED FURNITURE REDUCED 20% ALL PORCH FURNITURE REDUCED 20 42" ATTIC FAN ONLY 100 BEST QUALITY OUTSIDE HOUSE PAINT $^95 GALLON USED PRICES: Used Refrigerators, Washers, Ironers And Ranges $ C 00 And Up Used Couches And Chairs *5°° And Up i Bra?;oria News BT MABEL 8HAFFEH Saturday morrvn*. ^ix | : bpr-^ of th* Mpnodi = T Yn^th Fellowship, Bf.rh3"a Franklin. L**ah Kme. Donna Srriih, Judy Kietcl, FJaine Ourkeit. an*'. | Janet Parrish, soid candy on IP Praroria <treets 10 I, tecreational pquiprpfnt for ?h** 'Methodi<l Youth Fe!low?'n;p ' Their sftfpfi netted ;hem S"v \uth another «22 worth of ihp l.cnndy to be sold by h Rise tr, Mrs. H. P. Hopkins \«-as hos- . tess lo the FUazona 42 Cl Jb I Thur«df> with two tables Lof player* a H ending. Mr«. Mor»n Riess and Mrs J S Montsjotnei^ shared the 34 pn/e of the day. Mulitci.loifd \ei bonas \vprr used in the floral decoration* of the rooms. i Nine year old Jan ire Cal- A-ell is en joy ing one of HT rare visits away from honi* The h'tle Udv suffers f-n-v \-anons allrrgips which requirp , frequent shots. I A supply of the serum pack i;ed in thermos bottles, a *hor* nir.«e on Rivin7 those shots | piven her >is'er and Jani<-e as able to ,ic co ni p A n x h «• r j sister. Mrs. B. F Christian, to N'ederlard for a two weeks vacation. People get the most kirk out 1 of life wfw do ihe. lea«t kick- ms li Bill and Tom with LOCATIONS th* Brai:o§port Are« 24 HOURS A DAY :108 N. P*rkii.«, 1. J. P»>. 1-J41S Idl W. Bread, Frtfport *'4I« i Kul-Krt* fickup A f)»'isfr> KOTPOINT AUTOMATIC DISH WASHER REG. 309.95 HOTPOINT T.V. 9" PORTABLE WAS 99.50 12 CU. FT HOTPOINT UPRIGHT FREEZER WAS 399.95 8CU. FT. HOTPOINT REFRIGERATOR WAS 219.00 HOOVER VACUUM CLEANER WAS 09.50 SALE $199.00 SALE $79.00 SALE $299.00 SALE $179.00 SALE $69.95 in duly at all (imM. tiurrjtncT Phonrc 7-61S1 Bill GARRETTS' PHARMACIES DIAMONDS S17.95 -52,000.00 F.'.SY TERMS NO CAn.DYINC; CHAPOES McSPADDEN JEWELRY •rnr.niT .IF.WEI.FRS" RT. TEXAS ON SALE Wednesday 9:30 A, M. Sensational Sportswear Specials! in time for Vocation Misses 1 pc. playsuit with matching Skirt playsuit with Me Shoulder, Scoop Neck, Elasticized Waist Gat'-.ered Button Fron. Skirt Completely Washable Cotton Stripes or Checks in Pink, Blue, Green, Navy Sizes 10 20 Complete Your Sports Wardrobe at This Budget Price Misses Printed Cotton Trim Twin Sets t Sleeveless blouse, Shirred Skirt 9 Wide Selection of printed Cottons ^ Gina Original 2 pc.ensemble at this Low/ Low price A Sizes 10-18

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